If you haven't seen what I've been putting into one of collections/favorites (Celebs and Memoriam collection), I have a feeling that it's become official. For the first time ever in my life, I have become a Trekkie.
Sure, I'll always and forever remain a Disney fan, and nothing can surpass that. After all I am a movie geek, I love multiple things. Some equally, but Disney still tops them all. And now Star Trek is added to my list of favorite things.
Ever since the day the great Leonard Nimoy passed on, I was starting to get curious of his work.
Yes it is true, I am 29-years-old and not once did I watch anything of Star Trek. But recently I have been renting all of the old movies Nimoy, Shatner, ect. did and I'm like: "Good God! What have I done? I've been missing out on so much! This stuff is great!"
I just shame and hate myself for growing up and avoiding things of Star Trek because I thought that the whole thing would be boring. How wrong I was. Shame on me.
I keep looking up and asking Mr. Nimoy to forgive me for becoming a fan of him only months after his passing. I'm sure he would after I keeping hearing what a great man he truly was in life. I'm sure he'd be glad to know that his work and great wisdom through Spock will be loved by all the newcomer Trekkies and the future generations.
And after watching his work for only a few days, I actually started crying for his passing for the first time after I watched the 2009 Star Trek film. The moment he reveals himself in that film, I started bawling my eyes out for him. And of course I did it again after hearing his narration at the end of the film.
And for all other fans of Spock, I'm sure we all know the truth of what really happen. Leonard Nimoy did not die at all. No.
His work here was done and he was beamed up. And he did a great job at it. Now hopefully the world must follow his famous words he left behind. You know what words I mean. ^^